Expecting mother resigns

By Ashley Weyler
March 17, 2005

Lina Barbieri, the director of Marketing and Communications at Cabrini, after much thought and consideration resigns from her position due to the expectance of a baby girl in June.

Barbieri said the decision to resign from her position was difficult; however, it was well thought out on her part, as well as her husband’s.

Barbieri is from the Lehigh valley near Allentown, Pa. For the past two years she has endured a long commute to work everyday. With a seven-year-old son at home and a baby on the way, the commute would just be too long.

“With a baby on the way, my husband and I felt that the ciaos would just be compounded so much that my family would not get what they needed from me, and Cabrini would not get what it needed out of me. When you combine all these pieces together, a newborn, a long commute and a job with a high level of responsibility, it’s just too much. What we have chosen to due is to do public relations and project work from my home. Hopefully I will be able to do projects for Cabrini,” Barbieri said.

The project that she is most proud of is the re-launching of the Cabrini website.

Barbieri is due in June and will be here at Cabrini up until the commencement ceremonies. She is expecting a baby girl and will name her Katherine. Her family is very excited for the addition to the family, and she hopes to work for Cabrini in the future.

Barbieri has her bachelor’s degree in communications from DeSales University.

While at Cabrini, she worked with a team of five people; her responsibilities included: the Cabrini one website, media relations, work information and off Campus publication.

Barbieri said that she will greatly miss her staff here at Cabrini. “I will miss a lot of things. I really loved my staff. I think that they are a great group of people with a lot of skills. In the future I would love to do project work for Cabrini.”

Posted to the web by Ryan Norris

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